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The reason that the greeks might not have had any questions to the evidence that hevier objects fall faster than light objects is because they would be questioning statistics which is that heavier objects and lighter objects do not fall at different rates but at the same its just the pending on the weight ex. a brick and a feather you drop a brick it falls quick beacuse of its weight and a feather because of it's weight it falls alot slower but at the measuerment of the objects falling quicker than the other they don't its irrelevent.

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Q: What reason might the Greeks have had not to question the evidence that heavier objects fall faster than lighter objects?
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